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Best Dr Jim Logan podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Dr Jim Logan podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Biblical Restoration Ministries, Inc. is a non-profit Biblical counseling ministry. These videos of Dr. Jim Logan and Rev. Paul Jordan are a collection of 30 years of Biblical counseling, spiritual warfare conferences, seminars and prayer conferences. The purpose is to glorify God and strengthen believers to walk with God in prayer, hope, encouragement, and laughter.
 
Biblical Restoration Ministries, Inc. is a non-profit Biblical counseling ministry. These videos of Dr. Jim Logan and Rev. Paul Jordan are a collection of 30 years of Biblical counseling, spiritual warfare conferences, seminars and prayer conferences. The purpose is to glorify God and strengthen believers to walk with God in prayer, hope, encouragement, and laughter.
 
Project Woo Woo is a podcast from comedian Lisa Orkin. Part interview, part biography, part parody. Lisa uses her Hollywood friends to play famous figures both living… and dead. Lisa has chatted with the likes Jesus, Dr. Ruth, Eddie Van Halen, Eckhart Tolle, and Ann Frank to name a few. Real conversations with imaginary people.
 
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Bad cops need to be held liable but public unions often stand in the way, claims Tho Bishop as he explains how the tragic George Floyd incident is the consequence of bad bureaucracy, unreformed policing, and the people of Minneapolis voting in all these things that have now come back to haunt them. Public unions protect bad people, Tho argues, and …
 
In light of the recent murder of George Floyd, many are demanding accountability; but it's hard to get accountability when the government holds monopoly power and violent mobs riot on the streets of our nation. "We need to dissolve monopoly power," says host David Gornoski. "We need to look at ourselves and ask: 'Why am I allowing victimless crime …
 
Renowned investor, author, and world traveler Jim Rogers joins David Gornoski to discuss pandemic politics, lockdowns, the future of Asia, America's debt crisis, and lessons from world travel. "The best education that you can get is through travel," Jim Rogers says, "You can read about country X or you can go there and see the truth. You'll find ou…
 
Mises Institute's Jeff Deist highlights the eerie similarity between war propaganda and the COVID-19 media coverage. Is there a 'smoking gun' that justifies the economic shutdown? Deist also comments on the news surrounding Trump's executive move against Twitter. Dr. Weiping Yu returns with Science and U to discuss the latest method of using ultras…
 
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. Host David Gornoski recalls his visit to the zoo and likens the statist media establishment to a caged llama walking in a fixed daily pattern. David urges us to break out of the feedback loop of circular violence and imitate the good Samaritan f…
 
Former Editor in Chief of Psychology Today, Dr. Robert Epstein, Harvard PhD, joins us to talk about his stunning work on Google and social media manipulation and election interference. Even the simplest search results, Dr. Epstein claims, can dramatically shift the election in favor of one candidate. "Seventy percent of the YouTube videos people wa…
 
What is revolution? "When you make revolution-based laws you'll only get chaos," says host David Gornoski as he expounds on the circular violent nature of revolutions. "Revolution is the same old, same old. It's nothing new. What we need today is self-sacrifice." On the news surrounding the death of George Floyd: "We don't need dehumanizing laws, w…
 
Dr. Ken Berry returns to the show to comment on a New York Times' opinion piece that propagates the 'End of Meat.' Dr. Berry debunks bad advises given out by so-called experts and argues that consumption of meat has frequently proven to be effective in building strong immunity and fighting disease. "Like what Hippocrates said and hypocrites fail to…
 
Host David Gornoski brings to light how our arbitrary usage of coercive state power and the 'quarantining' of projected guilt fails in binding our society together. David also comments on the media's obsession with policing speech, the government misinformation on nutrition, and the general distraction of politics from the actual solving of problem…
 
In this episode, David Gornoski rips into the pseudo-scientific food pyramid promoted by the state. David vigorously argues that due to the government's quackery we've been suffering from a plethora of diseases including this current virus. "Separate state from cure!" Also, conservative commentator Anthony Brian Logan calls in to discuss Joe Biden'…
 
"One of the ways we get rid of the malaise in our society and culture is by ending forever wars." Danny Sjursen, writer and war veteran, joins us to explain why war has become largely invisible to the people of our nation. "Memorial day to me feels like a wretched day in a lot of sense," says Sjursen who also feels that the holiday has been mytholo…
 
Patri Friedman, economist and venture capitalist founder of Pronomos and the Seasteading Institute, joins David Gornoski to explore the future of governance in our time. Will we see a return to local city states and private enterprise zones around the world? How does Rene Girard's lessons about internal mediators vs external mediators guide our dis…
 
In these times of social unrest we need to understand what drives humanity towards conflict. David Cayley, longtime CBC Ideas broadcaster, joins David Gornoski to discuss the breakdown of social unity through a distinctly Christian lens shaped by experiences with Rene Girard and Ivan Illich. On the pandemic, Cayley says that "the virus is the perfe…
 
Reject the bipartisan narrative of the media and tell the plain truth! Scott Horton of antiwar.com and host of the Scott Horton Show calls in to take on the media-perpetuated myths surrounding Obamagate and Russiagate. The 'Fool’s Errand' author also addresses the persecution of whistleblowers surrounding the state-initiated mass surveillance and t…
 
Jeff Deist returns to the show to discusses what the West can learn as it increasingly discards that which made it a beacon of hope for the world. Jeff and David also comment on some of the latest news regarding Mike Pence and Disney's furloughing of its employees. On Science and U, Dr. Yu talks about the possible existence of parallel universes an…
 
David Gornoski examines how the Democrats, in their mimetic obsession over Trump, have revealed the insanity of the whole political enterprise. Plus, economist and anthropologist Mark Sunwall joins the show to talk about Ivan Illich's Deschooling Society and Good Samaritan analysis for the modern world. Sunwall thinks Illich, especially in his crit…
 
Attorney Morgan Streetman, host of the Morgan Streetman show, joins David Gornoski to give us a law practitioner's perspective on Russiagate and General Flynn's case. While David likens the current political drama to a pro-wrestling show, attorney Streetman adds, "But you'll find the hero and the heel at a bar enjoying a drink, and they like the fa…
 
"I want to listen but fifty people have accused this person of being racist, so..." How many of us think this way? What happens when we stop the presumption of innocence for the accused? Something we hardly talk about today is repentance. "We have to call cancel culture to repentance," says David Gornoski as he reflects on the story of persecutor t…
 
Technologist and public intellectual Jordan Hall joins David Gornoski, host of A Neighbor's Choice, for a journey through sense-making in 2020. Along the way, Rene Girard's mimetic theory is explored in relation to physics, media ecology, and the unravelling of political faith and cohesion in our time. Where are we heading after the lockdown? How d…
 
Afghanistan war veteran Ben Adams calls in from Idaho, where he's running for state office, to discuss his political race and how we can bring our troops home. The former marine talks about the obstacles President Trump faces today in pulling troops out of Afghanistan and the lessons he learned from time spent in the country. Also, David Gornoski c…
 
As a novel pandemic rages and governments enforce social distancing, some people are left in dangerous situations in prison. Lyn Ulbricht joins David Gornoski to talk about her son Ross Ulbricht who is currently serving two life sentences plus 40 years for his Silk Road website. In the interview, Lyn describes a shockingly unjust and bizarre trial …
 
In ancient times, there were often masked rituals, and in these rituals, boundaries and identities were blurred because the participants wore masks. But what would these rituals lead to and why was anonymity so important? David Gornoski gives us an earth-shattering explanation of this ancient ritual and how it is refined and imposed today under a g…
 
How does your news media consumption make you feel? It's hard to see past the negativity when you watch the news. The forces of cynicism cry out for chains, but still, humanity must persist in freely cultivating the Earth. "What lasts is ultimately that which comes from a free society," says David Gornoski. Healthcare and 'Earthcare' are the two mo…
 
Jeff Deist, president of Mises Institute, returns to the show to discuss the big question that has businesses, investors, and the average wage-earners worried: Do we have an economic crash on the horizon? Also, what is going on with Trump’s ‘Operation Warp Speed’ project? "Grandiosity in every other walk of life is good," Jeff Deist says, "but in p…
 
How deeply has Qatar influenced our government? Very deep, claims Ben Freeman. The Director of the Foreign Influence Transparency Initiative joins David Gornoski to explore his groundbreaking report on Qatar's rise in DC power. Also, businessman and novelist Burt Walker discusses his perspective on the war on drugs from a dad's frontline exposure. …
 
David Gornoski wants us to ignore the political drama and focus on dismantling the monster; he explains how we can do that. Also in the show, Dr. Weiping Yu returns to discuss recent findings which reassert that salmon respond to Earth's magnetic field whilst swimming in oceans. Dr. Yu says that this finding perfectly aligns with what he's been say…
 
OANN reporter Jack Posobiec joins the show to explain what's been going on in Pennsylvania's nursing homes which are seeing a rise in COVID-19 dead rates. Shockingly, Jack Posobiec tells us, the secretary of health responsible for overseeing the nursing homes had moved her elderly mother out of a facility just before the spike in death rates occurr…
 
Investment guru Peter Schiff, the author of 'The Real Crash: America's Coming Bankruptcy,' calls in to talk about the economic disarray caused by the government shutdowns and bailouts. Schiff argues that the government should cut down it's spending to mitigate the crisis. "If you're getting benefits but can't buy anything, what good are the benefit…
 
What do we do to make sure that future generations can think for themselves? How can we help teachers bring some creativity to the table? Blake Boles, author of 'Why Are You Still Sending Your Kids To School?', says that the answers lie in removing coercion from our education system. The discussion centers around the homeschooling movement, the his…
 
David Gornoski contemplates how Jesus would deal with a pandemic and concludes that the key lies in Jesus' merciful treatment of Peter who had earlier betrayed him. Whereas ancient mythologies empower the mob against a single person, Christ redeems and humanizes the victim of the crowd. It is due to this anthropological revelation that the west has…
 
FEE managing editor Jon Miltimore joins David Gornoski to discuss Andrew Cuomo's disastrous nursing home policy and its failure in protecting the elderly from the COVID-19 virus. The conversation starts with the search for a grand narrative and then moves to the question of socialism and the false assumption that Jesus was a socialist. The two also…
 
What if Galileo had been asked to spend millions to prove his claim? Host David Gornoski explains how the government's patenting practices have proved to be an enormous and sinful hurdle in fighting the COVID-19 virus. "But free markets hurt families," say the naysayers. David Gornoski disagrees. "I see a society that has mutated from solidarity wi…
 
In this episode of A Neighbor's Choice, Florida Rep. Mike Hill calls in and argues that instead of panicking and shutting down the economy saner heads should have prevailed. "Government is not the answer, it has created the problem in the first place." The conversation then moves to Mike Hill's email interaction with a woman about her unemployment …
 
20.5 million jobs have vanished in the month of April alone! "This is a self-inflicted wound," says Jeff Deist, "And I don't mean a shot in the leg, I mean a gutshot." Mises Institute's Jeff Deist returns to talk about the staggering unemployment statistics due to the COVID-19 lockdowns and the accompanying economic ramifications. Plus, David Gorno…
 
In this exciting episode of A Neighbor's Choice, David Gornoski comments on the latest news of the clearing of General Michael Flynn from all charges. Jason Jones, human rights activist and filmmaker, calls in from Hawaii and discusses his experience of getting arrested for exercising his First Amendment Rights and how the media put a race spin on …
 
How is government patenting and rigging markets considered science whereas actual science is the free, unhindered search for solutions? Why is Dr. Michael Lisanti's research on beating cancer using ZPak largely ignored by the government and media? "Because the government has rigged the market there is a retardation of knowledge,' says David Gornosk…
 
Why do people obsess over policies, which are based on utilitarian and pragmatic worldviews? David Gornoski argues that we should reject this obsession and instead concern ourselves with principles, which are timeless, humbling, and absolute. In a world where being 'practical' is the trend and principles are considered passé, what does it mean to s…
 
Let's analyze the statistics on the pandemic. Professor Wilfred Reilly from Kentucky State University challenges the media narrative on COVID-19 and tells us that it's going to be voluntary choices and not the forceful engineering of society that will save us from this crisis. Dr. Reilly also compares the death rates of the states that haven't impo…
 
David Gornoski sits down with Peter Quinones, host of the Free Man Beyond the Wall podcast, to tackle some important questions in the light of recent events. Can Americans see past the bipartisan political landscape and regain their appetite for freedom of choice? Peter addresses this question and also discusses the censoring of dissident voices on…
 
Florida State Representative Anthony Sabatini joins us fresh from his victory in defending Galen Wood and his business property rights during the shutdown. The energetic young conservative tells us how he helped Galen Wood win, how we can fix our destructive foreign policy, and how our government can mitigate the COVID-19 crisis. "If you make law t…
 
Can someone be put behind bars without presenting an injured party? Why do the innocents suffer injustice and what sense can we make of their suffering? Alec Klein, best-selling author and award-winning journalist, joins David Gornoski to talk about the tough situations faced by inmates during this pandemic and his upcoming book Aftermath, which te…
 
How important is it to stand up for our freedom? Pinellas County's Galen Wood, store owner of Kitchen Table Games, was arrested for allegedly violating lockdown orders but has successfully defended himself from all charges. Fresh off the victory, Galen joins David Gornoski to talk about his experience and triumph for liberty. Plus, CAN-DO Clemency'…
 
In light of Harvard's recent claims and the ongoing pandemic, it's time we had an honest discussion on public schools and homeschooling. Brett Veinotte, host of School Sucks podcast, joins David Gornoski to discuss how public schools have failed to instill a sense of liberty and instead have imposed herd mentality on the children of our nation. Plu…
 
A few days ago, a SWAT team broke into the house of a 21-year-old Marylander and shot him while he was sleeping. Why was he shot and are the police being held accountable for this indiscriminate killing? Investigative journalist and USA Today columnist Jim Bovard returns to the show to talk about about the curious case of Duncan Lemp. Also, David G…
 
Should humanity be robbed from life-saving information just because the information doesn't align with the political ideologies of silicon valley? Listen to David Gornoski as he unleashes on the censoring undertaken by YouTube and other social media sites. Also, Ford Seeuws, known as the Surfing Violinist on YouTube, joins us to reflect on lessons …
 
It's time to rethink the standard model of physics! Dr. Weiping Yu returns to the show in a another scintillating segment of Science and U. In this episode, Dr. Yu and David Gornoski discuss the latest scientific findings suggesting that the fundamental constant of physics isn't the same across the universe. What is the implication of this discover…
 
How can we explain the government's self-contradictory measures such as punishing non-violent law breakers by putting them in prisons where violence is rampant? Why do we allow such laws to exist? David Gornoski argues that history has been built on the sacrifices of the ones by the many. We need to change our mindsets and become good role models. …
 
Is it worth destroying the economy and suspending liberty over the dubious predictions of 'experts' like Dr. Fauci? Mises Institute's Jeff Deist joins the show to discuss his new article on food shortages due to the shutdown, New York mayor Bill de Blasio's bizarre tweet, censorship on social media, and the new battle between those who demand top-d…
 
How can we expect to win against COVID-19 when our immunity is made vulnerable by the lockdowns? Are top-down solutions any good in combating the pandemic? David Gornoski gets to the heart of the matter and explains how the key to fighting coronavirus lies in our sovereignty. Plus, Sir Owen returns to the show to discuss the invasive measures that …
 
It's time to pop the bubble of coercive groupthink! Should we blindly imitate the authoritarian government of China in their absolute control over free speech? Stop the stifling of free discussion and face the truth courageously! Join host David Gornoski and Olof Af Yggdrasil from Sweden as they take on state power, the mainstream media, and the re…
 
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